- Is abortion on demand the unchangeable law of the land?
- Does the American public overwhelmingly support the 1973 decision Roe v. Wade, or its companion case Doe v. Bolton?
- Does abortion actually provide pregnant women with more “choices”
If your answer is to any of these is “yes” you may be surprised to learn you’ve been misinformed, and a conference being held at CMU is just what you need.
Deirdre McQuade, Director of Planning and Information and spokeswoman for the USCCB’s Secretariat for Pro-Life Activities will address:
- common myths about Roe v. Wade
- the current Supreme Court partial-birth abortion case
- ways to make campus more welcoming to pregnant and parenting students
- resources for women and men hurt by abortion
With public support for Roe at a 30-year low, it’s time to ask: “Have we gone too far? Maybe it’s time to give abortion a second look.”
WHERE:Doherty Hall, room 2210 on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University
WHEN:Tuesday, October 10th, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Mrs. McQuade doesn’t want to speak in an echo chamber, so bring a friend, or anyone you think of, especially if they support the continued legality of abortion.